Bryce Dallas Howard Opens Up About Her Body-Centric Conversations She Says Happened at before Jurassic World ruled shooting.
The actress, who played Claire in the
Universal dinosaur-centric film Dearing, opposite Chris Pratt’s Owen Grady franchise, was caught by Metro in an interview published Thursday Ask to discuss her role and the latest film in which women are represented in Hollywood action movies. Howard responded that she was “asked not to use my natural body in the film,” but director Colin Trevorrow stepped in to support her.
“In the third movie, it was actually because there were a lot of female actors, it was Colin’s strong feeling in terms of protecting me…because the conversation came and stood again Get up, ‘We need to get Bryce to lose weight,'” she said. “He said, ‘There are a lot of different types of women on this planet, we have a lot of different types of women in our films,’ and I had to do a lot of stunts that wouldn’t have been possible if I had been on a diet.”
Howard did not specify the role of anyone who is addressing her weight issues, but she said she hoped other productions would be available from Dominion, is currently 2022 the second highest grossing film in the world Top Gun: The Maverick .
“So I’m really excited [at] all the moves I’m going to do, I have to do with my body,” she continued. “She has reached her maximum strength and I hope this is just another indication of what is possible.”
Dominion co-star DeWanda Wise, who plays pilot Kayla Watts, who was also quoted in the film, agreed with Howard about continued scrutiny of women’s bodies. “It’s always something,” Wise told the outlet. “There’s a lot of resistance to Keira having muscles, to what it means to be a woman, to look like a woman. It’s just about every side, it’s relentless and impossible.”
A representative for Universal did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
In last month’s Insider interview, Howard Discussed a report of her in the second film in the series 2018 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom , actress claims pay gap is wider.
“When I started negotiating for Jurassic , it was , it’s a different world and I’m at a huge disadvantage,” she said at the time. “And, unfortunately, you have to sign up for three movies so your deal is sealed.”